Colleen Conway Grogan has been Vice President of Unscripted Programming for Lifetime since September of 2010.
Based in New York, she currently serves as the Executive Producer of the network’s popular docuseries Bring It!, going into its fourth season January 2017. Conway Grogan is also overseeing the network’s breakout hit, Rap Game, which will be premiering for a third season this winter. She also oversaw the a cappella docuseries Pitch Slapped, which revealed the intensely competitive world of high school a cappella. Other series launched by Conway Grogan include Step It Up, Kim of Queens, Smile, Double Divas and The Week the Women Went.
Prior to joining the Lifetime team, Conway Grogan served as a Senior Director of Non-Fiction Programming at A&E, where she was the Executive Producer on the Emmy® Award-winning series Intervention, The First 48, Dog the Bounty Hunter, I Survived…and Kirstie Alley’s Big Life. She joined A&E in 2000 as a Creative Director in the network’s on-air promotion department. In 2005, Conway Grogan transferred to A&E’s programming department as a Director of Non-Fiction Programming.
Conway Grogan graduated from Immaculata University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Minor in Fashion.